One of Galway’s leading businesses, Glynn’s Fruit & Veg of Lydican, Claregalway, is to feature on popular RTÉ programme Nationwide on Friday evening, October 22nd next. RTÉ reporter Orla Nix and a crew descended on Glynn’s—which is this year celebrating 75 years in business—in early September and spent the day interviewing owners, George and Mary Glynn, along… Read more »
Yearly Archives: 2010
With serious doubts surrounding the future of the Gort–Tuam Motorway, a call has been made to progress the Claregalway bypass immediately. It has been stated that the Claregalway bypass should take on a new urgency when there were financial difficulties concerning the M17/M18 motorway being built. Galway West TD Noel Grealish said that he had… Read more »
Last February, Claregalway resident Paddy Tobin emerged disappointed from meetings with second-level schools hosted by Claregalway primary school. It was intended as an information evening for parents of children starting school in Sept 2011. The message was clear; due to population pressures, many schools, that previously provided places, will no longer offer places to children from… Read more »
Claregalway Tidy Towns A.G.M takes place on Tuesday 12th October at 8.30 p.m. in the Parish Meeting Room. All are welcome.
Clear Channel have advised that a road opening licence has been obtained from Galway County Council and construction will begin on Monday 4th October next and should be completed on the same day. Councillor Malachy Noone has been instrumental in bringing this long awaited bus shelter to fruition with the help of Councillor Jim… Read more »
Anthony Moran, Gortadooey, Claregalway, Co. Galway—September 30th 2010. Professor Anthony (NUIG), sadly missed by his wife Mari, mother Kitty, daughter Anna and son Martin, relatives, colleagues, neighbours and friends. Removal to The Chapel of Saint Columbanus, NUI Galway this (Saturday) evening, 7pm. Reposing at Claregalway Mortuary Chapel tomorrow (Sunday) evening from 5pm to 7pm. Removal… Read more »
Halloween mask making and craft course. For children aged between 7–12 years old. Starts on Monday 25th to Friday 29th October. Location: Claregalway GAA Club House from 2:30pm until 5pm. Book soon as numbers are limited. Ring Claire (Art Teacher) on 085 741 46 95.
Claregalway GAA Club are holding a Fashion extravaganza on Thursday, October 21st 2010 at 8.00pm in the Clayton Hotel, Briarhill, an event which will be much more than just a fashion show. The event is being organised to help raise funds for the expansion of the Claregalway GAA Club. As you probably know lands have… Read more »
Health Minister Mary Harney last night ruled out doing a deal to win back the support of independent TD Noel Grealish for the Government. Mr. Grealish announced that he was withdrawing his support as long as the HSE West continued to impose cutbacks to tackle a potential budget deficit of around €90m. His departure has… Read more »
By Declan Tierney Motorists travelling between Tuam and Galway during the months of October and November are going to be at their wits end as they will encounter three sets of works that are to set to cause major disruption. In addition to the digging of the roads that is taking place in Tuam and… Read more »
This week an inquest ruled that five-year old Elaine Barrett’s brain damage was caused by an ‘accidental’ overdose of magnesium. Now her distraught parents tell the unbearably moving story of caring for their beloved daughter—and of their anger that still no one will accept the blame. When they brought their daughter Lorna to her first… Read more »
Realtaí Brownie Pack begins its 5th year in Guiding this September with a Coffee Evening in aid of the Galway Hospice. We were delighted that with the generosity of local business and parents our evening raised € 1550. Here you see the Brownies passing the cheque to Caroline who is a nurse in the hospice…. Read more »